Immature female: Body vermiform, C-shaped. Labial region high,
not offset, not annulated; anterior lip annulus divided into six sectors,
four submedian sectors triangular, adjacent two by two, dorsally and ventrally.
Lateral field with four lines. Phasmids pore-like near anus level. Tail
conoid, 2 to 2.5 body anal diameter long, more than half its length nonprotoplasmic.
Labial framework and stylet medium-sized. DGO about 5-7 um from stylet
base in the only known species. Median bulb oval, with strong valve. Glandular
overlap mostly lateral, sometimes ventral. Two genital branches outstretched.
Mature females: Body posteriorly swollen, variously shaped to
kidney- shaped, annulated. Phasmids enlarged. DGO at 5-8 um from stylet.
Gland overlap expanded laterally. Tail short, conical. Vulva postequatorial.
Two genital branches very long, convoluted.
Male: Slight secondary sexual dimorphism seen in snaller anterior
end. Esophagus functional. Caudal alae enveloping tail end. Gubernaculum
Males and immature females free in soil. Mature females semi-endoparasitic,
sessile in roots.